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    Gita-Ethics as Virtue Ethics
    Proceedings of the XXIII World Congress of Philosophy 16 259-263. 2018.
    As pointed out by Sidgwick, in his Methods of Ethics, the nature of moral value assumes two fundamentally different forms. These two views of morality are historically distinct. The priority of the Good was central to Greek ethics whereas modern ethics emphasized the Right rather than the Good. Corresponding to these two perspectives, we find in Western Ethics, Virtue Ethics and Duty Ethics are construed as opposed to each other and Gita Ethics is conventionally believed to be Duty Ethics expoun…Read more